How do you remove a shower flow restrictor?

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In order to remove a showerhead flow restrictor, one will need the following materials: wrench, screwdriver, and a rag. The first step in this removal is to turn the selector of the showerhead all the way to the left. Next, turn on the shower for 2 seconds and then turn it off.
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Flow Restrictor Removal
The shower head in your bathroom likely contains a flow restrictor that restricts the amount of water coming through in an effort to save water. If you would like to increase the flow of water, with a few simple tools you can remove the flow restrictor... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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